This is the first article in a series about the urban agriculture project in Seattle.
To read more about urban agriculture, see the Seattle Urban Farms.
The first Urban Farms were planted on land owned by the city of Seattle in the late 1800s, but they were never a hit.
They were deemed a nuisance by the people of the area, but not until the late 1970s did they become a national symbol.
The new urban farm in Seattle is a testament to a local concept known as “possessive ag” in which farmers cultivate their own food rather than relying on others to raise it.
Possessive agriculture is also a way of thinking about how to sustain food production in a growing city.
Urban agriculture is a way to sustain your food in the future by growing food yourself.
If you live in a place where there are too many farms, there is always a need to make space for people to grow their own foods.
And urban agriculture is not just about growing food.
It is also about supporting community activities that support local communities.
For example, it is often easier to grow vegetables and fruits on your own, which are locally grown.
A garden is the perfect way to enjoy a healthy and delicious diet, said Mary Cappellini, a researcher at the University of Washington who is part of the UW’s Cooperative Extension program.
The Urban Farms have also been the target of criticism from some critics, including the Seattle City Council, which is working on a plan to improve the quality of life in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.
Last year, Mayor Ed Murray said the urban farms are a threat to the city’s image.
Murray said that they increase greenhouse gas emissions and lead to water contamination and pollution.
The city is looking at ways to reduce the number of urban farms in the city.
In the meantime, the urban farmers are thriving.
Cappllini, who has written several books about urban farming, said she has grown tomatoes, peppers, peppers and squash on the farm.
At the beginning, there were only a handful of farmers.
Now there are more than 100, she said.
I love growing vegetables on my own.
One of the things that I really like about urban farms is the fact that you don’t have to buy a lot of pesticides.
I can have vegetables growing on my property for years without worrying about them getting contaminated, she added.
What makes the urban farm successful is that it is sustainable and you can grow food in a way that is healthy and produce something that is environmentally friendly, Cappillini said.
That means the soil is not polluted, which means that your food is healthy for you and for your family, she continued.
As more people have access to urban agriculture resources, the number is increasing, she noted.
For example, the city has planted more than 150,000 acres of organic vegetables and herbs on the city-owned property.
This year, Capps said, they will plant more than a million acres of vegetables on the land.
The farmers are now planning for the future and looking to grow more of their own vegetables and other produce.
They hope to eventually grow their produce in the garden.
More information: http://www.urbanagriculture.org/ Cappellinis work is supported by the UW Institute for the Study of Food and Agriculture, the UW Center for Agri-Food and the Environment, the Office of Science and Technology Policy and the Center for Food Security and Health at the National Institutes of Health.